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HandicapppedPets.com Announces New Product - Splints for Dogs and Cats
The Walkin' Wheels canine and feline splints provide support and stability for weakness in the lower aspect of the front or rear limbs resulting from injury or illness.
Available in a full range of sizes from to accommodate different breeds and variations in height and weight, the Walkin' Wheels Pet Splints are ideal for providing:
• Support for fractures or sprains
• Stabilization for weakness associated with arthritis or injuries to tendons or ligaments
• Protection against knuckling due to nerve damage or paralysis
• Immobilization during post operative recovery or for rehabilitative treatment
The canine and feline splints represent an expansion of the Company's industry leading product offering that already includes dog wheelchairs, harnesses, boots, slings, diapers, drag bags, seat belts, stretchers and other items for elderly, disabled and injured pets.
HandicappedPets.com will be featuring the Walkin' Wheels Pet Splints at the upcoming 84th Annual Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas - Visit Booth #633 February 20 - 22, 2012.
For more information about the Walkin' Wheels pet splints, visit http://www.handicappedpets.com/
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HandicappedPets.com provides all of the products, services and support that pet caretakers need to help their disabled, injured or elderly pets enjoy healthy, happy, active lives. The company's signature product is the Walkin' Wheels dog wheelchair - the industry's only fully adjustable canine cart that can be ordered online and shipped the same day. The veterinarian approved Walkin' Wheels is comfortable and stylish, and it folds flat for convenient travel with your canine companion. The Walkin' Wheels for HandicappedPets is also the ideal dog wheelchair for canine rehabilitative use because it easily adjusts in length, width and height to accommodate any size dog and any level of mobility from complete rear end paralysis to partial rear leg use.
Additional information about the mobility miracle for man's best friend is available online at http://www.HandicappedPets.com or call (888) 811-PETS (7387) and on Facebook and Twitter username handicappedpets